Keller Williams Sales Up Over Prior Year; Announces Separation With Hite Team

Thursday, October 8, 2020
Heading into the fourth quarter of 2020, Keller Williams Realty Chattanooga announced estimates that 2020 sales volume will surpass that of 2019 sales by some $375 million.
 
The company also announced that the Mark Hite team would be leaving the firm this month.
 
Officials said, "For the past 13 years, Keller Williams Chattanooga and Mr.
Hite have worked together to serve clients and produce mutual success. During that time, Mr. Hite’s team grew to include some 13 agents, while Keller Williams’  650 agents, in six offices citywide, have built the largest real estate firm in Chattanooga's history in terms of sales volume, and is the Scenic City's largest locally and independently owned and operated real estate company.
 
"Of Greater Chattanooga’s top 10 real estate agents, seven are with Keller Williams.
 
Keller Williams Chattanooga projects it will close more than $2.2 billion in sales. That's up $375 million in volume over last year and represents a 17 percent growth year over year."
 
"One component of our company philosophy is 'TEAMwork: Together Everyone Achieves More,'said Nathan Brown, Co-Team Leader and CEO of the Downtown office.
 
“The success of Keller Williams isn't found in any one team or person. It is a collective win that is shared across the more than 650 local agents who choose to partner with us in business in the Chattanooga metro area," Mr. Brown said.
 

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